Hero Cantare With WEBTOON – The Best Tips and Tricks for Beginners
Hero Cantare With WEBTOON is one of the latest gacha RPGs to hit the market, which is based on the popular webcomic by Naver. This game features stellar hand-drawn characters and story elements, which are stylized in a comic book format that makes you feel like you’re actually playing in an interactive scene from the series. However, looks aside, Hero Cantare is quite an awesome game that features several unique elements to set itself apart from the rest, the chief of which being the innovative block-based combat system.
Thanks to its stellar visuals and awesome combat mechanics, this game is quickly gaining popularity with gamers in the West, even though it’s already quite famous in Asia. And considering that Hero Cantare just got its global release a few days ago, there’s no better time to download it on PC with BlueStacks and start playing while everyone is still beginning and there aren’t any overpowered players yet.
In this sense, if you want to get started on the right foot in Hero Cantare, and progress rapidly through its challenges and story, you will need some good pointers and guidance. In this guide, we’re going to share 5 awesome tidbits of information that will help you to progress in this gacha RPG. If you want to learn the best tips and tricks for Hero Cantare, then read on!
1. Reroll to Get a Headstart
The first tip doesn’t have to do with the game itself, but with a method that can help you in most gacha games.
Rerolling is the process through which any player can start off in any gacha RPG with a headstart by summoning some of the best characters in the game from the very beginning. Imagine that, instead of starting with several generic A-rank characters, you start with Chloris and Yeon’s Flame Khun in your party—you will definitely breeze through the story and most of the challenges in the game with these two powerhouses in your group.
Rerolling consists of starting a new game and advancing to the point where you can perform your first free summoning which, in Hero Cantare, is after clearing stage 1-3. If you don’t receive one of the best characters as a result of this first summoning, you can simply reset your data and repeat the process. Once you summon a good character, you can link your account with Google Play or Facebook to protect your data, and continue playing like you normally would.
If you’re playing Hero Cantare on PC with BlueStacks, you will have access to many tools that can significantly speed up the process by allowing you to reroll with multiple accounts simultaneously. Make sure to read our article dedicated to rerolling in this gacha RPG if you want to learn more about this topic.
2. Remember to Claim Your AFK Rewards Every 24 Hours
Hero Cantare has a system in place that allows your characters to continue grinding for resources even while you’re offline. You can access this feature simply through the Story menu. In the screen where you need to choose a mission to proceed, you can simply click on the “Claim” button to take all the resources that your characters have farmed for you. However, these rewards cap out at 24 hours of grinding, after which your team will stop generating resources. Make sure to check in at least once a day to ensure that you’re always generating Level-up materials, gold, and other goodies.
Keep in mind that, once a day, you can pay a small sum of gold to claim up to 2 hours of AFK grinding instantly. This is always a good investment as it’s quite cheap, and you can always use the extra materials. You can also pay more per day, but subsequent attempts require gems instead of gold and, unless you’re a whale, we really can’t recommend spending premium currency here.
3. Use Your Mana Efficiently
The combat system in Hero Cantare is a very interesting feature that borrows elements from the one in The Seven Deadly Sins: Grand Cross, but uses blocks instead of cards. Every turn, you will draw a number of random blocks corresponding to the characters in your party. Each block represents a move that you can use in combat. If you set them on the field directly, you will unleash a level-1 move. However, if you stack identical blocks, and then set them on the field, you will use a level-2 skill. If you stack one more identical block, you will unleash the level-3 skill.
However, stacking blocks requires mana: 1 mana to stack two level-1 blocks, and 2 mana to add an additional block to the stack. In this sense, creating a level-3 skill requires 3 mana. Luckily, this resource replenishes completely at the beginning of every round, so there’s really no harm in stacking your blocks, even if you don’t plan on using them immediately. In this sense, a good tip is to ALWAYS stack your blocks before ending your turn. The only exception to this would be if you have a certain strategy that requires using level 1 or 2 skills.
Remember that the mana that you don’t use by the end of your turn is mana that you waste. Try to waste as little as possible and combine as much as you can.
4. Always Combine to Make Space for More Blocks
In the same vein, the more blocks you have in your hand at the end of your turn, the fewer you will draw at the beginning of the next. It’s always better to stack as many blocks as you can since you will ALWAYS draw until you have 8 blocks in your hand, regardless of how many you had at the end of the previous turn.
Notice how, in this turn, we end it without a single block in our hand, and in the next, we draw 8 new blocks from the deck.
Now, look at how, when we end our turn with 7 blocks in our hand, we simply draw a new one for a total of 8.
In this sense, it’s much better to combine as much as you can so that you can have more blocks to work with on the next turn.
5. Rush Through the Main Story Levels
Like with most mobile games, the most important features in Hero Cantare, such as Dimension Crack, Dimension Gap, the Trial Tower, and the Hero Dungeon, among others, which allow you to take on different challenges and collect many important resources and materials, are locked behind story completion. In other words, you must complete certain chapters in the main campaign before you’re able to access these features, which makes playing the story one of your highest priorities in this game.
Whenever you’re at a loss and don’t know what to do, just jump into the main campaign and complete a few chapters. Eventually, you’ll reach a point where the enemies will be too tough for you to beat, and it’s at this moment when you should take a step back and grind elsewhere. Luckily, by that point, you’ll already have unlocked lots of side content that you can complete to farm the resources necessary for summoning the best characters in Hero Cantare, and for upgrading the ones that are already in your team.